110-year-old steam tunnels under University of Guelph to deliver new $25 million green energy initiative
from Guelph Today
A network of century-old underground steam tunnels that connects the buildings of the University of Guelph will be used to deliver a new green energy initiative and help the university meet its greenhouse gas emission goals. The district energy tunnels were originally built to carry steam that was heated by centrally located coal-burning boilers to heat the few buildings on campus at the time, said Steve Nyman, director of Maintenance and Energy Services at U of G.
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